Property Damage. Lessee shall obtain and maintain insurance coverage on all of Lessee's personal property, Trade Fixtures, and Lessee Owned Alterations and Utility Installations. Such insurance shall be full replacement cost coverage with a deductible of not to exceed $1,000 per occurrence. The proceeds from any such insurance shall be used by Lessee for the replacement of personal property, Trade Fixtures and Lessee Owned Alterations and Utility Installations. Lessee shall provide Lessor with written evidence that such insurance is in force.
Property Damage. IN THE EVENT OF LOSS, DAMAGE, OR DESTRUCTION OF ANY PROPERTY OF CUSTOMER OR THE STATE DUE TO THE NEGLIGENCE, MISCONDUCT, WRONGFUL ACT OR OMISSION ON THE PART OF THE VENDOR, ITS EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, REPRESENTATIVES, OR SUBCONTRACTORS, THE VENDOR SHALL PAY THE FULL COST OF EITHER REPAIR, RECONSTRUCTION, OR REPLACEMENT OF THE PROPERTY, AT THE CUSTOMER’S SOLE ELECTION. SUCH COST SHALL BE DETERMINED BY THE CUSTOMER AND SHALL BE DUE AND PAYABLE BY THE VENDOR NINETY (90) CALENDAR DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF THE VENDORS RECEIPT FROM THE CUSTOMER OF A WRITTEN NOTICE OF THE AMOUNT DUE.
Property Damage. In case of the destruction of the employees property by a student(s) while an employee is acting in the line of duty and while the student (s) is under the school’s jurisdiction, causing damage to the employee’s clothing and/or glasses, watches (maximum reimbursement for watches $50), prosthetic devices (e.g. hearing aids), the district shall reimburse the employee for reasonably and customary loss after the employee has appropriately completed an incident report and submitted documents to support reimbursement and the items are not covered by other insurance. Such damage shall be reported immediately to their immediate supervisor in which such damage occurred. The district will not reimburse for loss or damage to jewelry.
Property Damage. Any liability of any Insured for causing or contributing to damage to, or destruction or physical loss of, any property (other than property in the care, custody or control of any Insured in connection with the Firm’s Practice and not occupied or used in the course of the Firm’s Practice), except that this contract nonetheless covers liability for such damage, destruction or loss which arises from breach of duty in the performance of (or failure to perform) legal work.
Property Damage. Lessee agrees to maintain said Premises under the authority of the Parks and Recreation Director or his/her designee. Lessee agrees to repair or replace any property damaged, either willfully or accidentally, by its members or invitees which occurs to the Premises. Lessee is entitled to recover costs for damages or to require repairs for damages or improper maintenance that occurs while the Premises is used and controlled by others, including those enumerated in Sections 6 and 7 of this Agreement.
Property Damage. As outlined in clause 28, the Vehicle is insured for damage to it or damage to the property of a third party. Notwithstanding that You may receive the benefit of Apollo’s insurance with its insurer for the Vehicle, You will remain responsible up to the amount of the applicable Liability Waiver set out in Rental Vehicle Agreement Part A for the cost of such damage to the Vehicle and for damage to third party property. You will also remain responsible for the cost of demurrage for the period the Vehicle is unavailable due to repairs. The Liability Waiver applies in respect of each claim, not per rental. In the event of a claim, Apollo will require you pay a second bond if You are continuing with the rental plus an administration fee of $75 per claim. The Liability Waiver is applicable regardless of who is at fault and must be paid at the time the accident/incident is reported to Apollo, not at the completion of the rental period. Note: Personal belongings damaged, stolen or lost are Your responsibility. Apollo recommends that You do not leave items of value in the Vehicle and that You take out Your own Personal Travel Insurance.